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Seoul History and Culture Small-Group Tour

Seoul History and Culture Small-Group Tour - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$52.00

Uncover the fascinating history and culture of Seoul on this half-day walking tour of the city. See charming Korean houses in a historic village, learn about Korea’s culinary history at a food museum, visit a royal Korean palace and shop at a local market ... More info ›

Uncover the fascinating history and culture of Seoul on this half-day walking tour of the city. See charming Korean houses in a historic village, learn about Korea’s culinary history at a food museum, visit a royal Korean palace and shop at a local market. Capture the exuberant spirit and dynamic history of Seoul on this small-group tour!

Experience both the urban modernity and historic traces of Seoul on a three-hour walking tour. Meet your local guide and head to Bukchon Hanok village, a residential area dating back to the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1897). The village is lined with hundreds of hanoks (traditional Korean houses). Walk along the quiet alleys and admire the latticed windows and patterned brick walls. Today, many of these hanoks operate as cultural centers, restaurants and tea houses, providing an opportunity to become immersed in traditional Korean culture.

Next, visit the Tteok Museum, a unique museum detailing the history, culture and preparation of tteok, the ubiquitous Korean rice cake. Gain insight into the tteok-making process through hands-on programs. Learn about the use of rice cakes in Korean rites of passage, and see displays of the 180 varieties of tteok. Be sure to sample this beloved Korean treat on the first-floor café.

Continue on to Changdeokgung Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The royal palace is renowned for its traditional Korean architecture and garden design. Changdeokgung is one of the famous Five Grand Palaces and a favored palace of many princes of the Joseon Dynasty. (Please note: Due to opening times, tours that fall on a Monday will visit Kyungbokgung Palace instead.)

Visit the Gwangjang Market and browse through a wide selection of high-quality silk, satin and linen bed sheets and apparel. Inside the market, find more than 200 food stalls selling a wide variety of snacks, from spicy Korean rice cakes to bibimbap (mixed rice). Try the gyung dan, sweet Korean rice balls, and hobaak jook, a delicious pumpkin porridge.

Your tour concludes with a visit to Gwangjang Market. You can then use your newfound knowledge of Seoul to continue exploring or return to your favorite spots for another look.

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Soul of Seoul Small-Group Walking Tour

Soul of Seoul Small-Group Walking Tour - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$47.00

Discover the history, culture and food of Seoul on a walking tour of this bustling metropolis. Journey back to the past and visit historic landmarks like Gyeonghuigung Palace and the Bosingak Bell Pavilion.

Experience Seoul’s unique fusion of ancient traditions and rapid modernization as you amble down the streets and see the numerous markets, high rises, temples and tea shops! Your local guide will show you the best of Seoul, revealing hidden treasures, favorite local hangouts and iconic landmarks.

Meet your guide at the Gwanghwamun Metro Station in Seoul, and begin your tour by walking to the Seoul Museum of History for a unique interactive exhibition of the local history at the Seoul City Panoramic Theatre ... More info ›

Discover the history, culture and food of Seoul on a walking tour of this bustling metropolis. Journey back to the past and visit historic landmarks like Gyeonghuigung Palace and the Bosingak Bell Pavilion.

Experience Seoul’s unique fusion of ancient traditions and rapid modernization as you amble down the streets and see the numerous markets, high rises, temples and tea shops! Your local guide will show you the best of Seoul, revealing hidden treasures, favorite local hangouts and iconic landmarks.

Meet your guide at the Gwanghwamun Metro Station in Seoul, and begin your tour by walking to the Seoul Museum of History for a unique interactive exhibition of the local history at the Seoul City Panoramic Theatre. You'll continue from there into Gyeonghuigung Palace, one of the five royal palaces in Seoul. After taking in the sights at the palace, head to the Daehamun gate of Deoksugung Palace to see the royal changing of the guard ceremony.

After a brief stop at Seoul City Hall, you'll then take a walk through Cheonggyecheon Plaza. This beautiful, 5-mile-long (8-kilometer) public recreation space flows from west to east through downtown Seoul and is a popular gathering place for locals to relax. Admire the picturesque stream, historic stone bridges and uniquely decorated walls, with modern high rises in the backdrop.

Continue your walk to Jongno, one of the oldest areas running through central Seoul and an important financial and cultural center. Walk over and visit the Bosingak Bell Pavilion, one of Seoul's most popular landmarks as well as the conclusion for your tour.

This three-hour walking tour will give you a good overview of Seoul so you can explore the rest of the city on your own, discovering new neighborhoods or returning to your favorite spots for a more in-depth look.

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Historic Walking Tour of Seoul

Historic Walking Tour of Seoul - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Seoul, South Korea

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$35.00

Learn Korean history and way of living by visiting to the historical districts and hidden alleys of Seoul with two and half hour  walking tour in the heart of central Seoul. Walk through several historic, hidden alleys, Bhuddist temple, named Jogaesa Temple, in the heart of downtown Seou, walk through famous Insadonf street, visit traditional Korean markets,  see old Korean hanok houses,and visit to the Tteok Museum, the rice cake museum.

Tour departs from Gwanghwamun Square, overlooking the historic plaza that holds the statue of the Great King Sejong and General Lee Soonshin of Joseon Dynasty ... More info ›

Learn Korean history and way of living by visiting to the historical districts and hidden alleys of Seoul with two and half hour  walking tour in the heart of central Seoul. Walk through several historic, hidden alleys, Bhuddist temple, named Jogaesa Temple, in the heart of downtown Seou, walk through famous Insadonf street, visit traditional Korean markets,  see old Korean hanok houses,and visit to the Tteok Museum, the rice cake museum.

Tour departs from Gwanghwamun Square, overlooking the historic plaza that holds the statue of the Great King Sejong and General Lee Soonshin of Joseon Dynasty. Walk through the alleys of a small garden where the portrait of the famous philosopher Lee Saek of the Goryeo Kingdom was enshrined in a Korean-style shrine building. Pass by monuments that were erected to commemorate the anti-Japanese Independence movement. Then, visit Jogyesa Temple, the head order of Korean Buddhism, dropping by the Bhudism museum in the compound.
 
Next on your itinerary is the restored building of Korea's first post office from 1884 in orginal site.  Here, see some exhibits of relics from the old Korean postal service, then proceed to the famous musical instrument market, one of the largest in it's kind in the world, a Korean-style old traditional market. passing by the famous Insadong street. Then, head to the entrance of Ikseon-dong Hanok village to appreciate old hanok houses and various shops that sell hanbok (traditional Korean dress), Korean musical instruments, and even offer fortune-telling. Find numerous restaurants here as well.

With narration from your guide, walk through alleys that have been used for hundreds of years, from the Goryo Kingdom and Joseon Dynasty.

After walking these alleys,  then continue to a rice cake museum, called 떡 박물관  "Tteok Museum" to learn why and how 떡 tteok is one of the most important foods for Koreans all over the country and all-year around.
After visiting the museum, you will proceed to get back to your original departure place, Gwanghwamun Square,

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Half-Day Walking Tour of Gyeongbokgung Palace and Tongin Local Market

Half-Day Walking Tour of Gyeongbokgung Palace and Tongin Local Market - Seoul, South Korea

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$69.00

  • 3-hour small group walking tour in Seoul
  • Visit a local market with your professional local guide
  • Discover a traditional landmark in Seoul – Gyeongbokgung Palace, which is the most beautiful and remains the largest of all five royal palaces
  • Street food tasting and lunch box in traditional Korean street market

Meet your guide in front of the Gyeongbokgung Station Exit 5 at 9:45am. Watch the Royal Changing of the Guards Ceremony before heading inside Gyeongbokgung Palace. 

During the Joseon Dynasty, the royal guards performed the given task by guarding the Gwanghwamun Gate, the entrance of Gyeongbokgung Palace where the king ruled the country ... More info ›

  • 3-hour small group walking tour in Seoul
  • Visit a local market with your professional local guide
  • Discover a traditional landmark in Seoul – Gyeongbokgung Palace, which is the most beautiful and remains the largest of all five royal palaces
  • Street food tasting and lunch box in traditional Korean street market

Meet your guide in front of the Gyeongbokgung Station Exit 5 at 9:45am. Watch the Royal Changing of the Guards Ceremony before heading inside Gyeongbokgung Palace. 

During the Joseon Dynasty, the royal guards performed the given task by guarding the Gwanghwamun Gate, the entrance of Gyeongbokgung Palace where the king ruled the country. Since 1469, the ceremony has taken place and the reenactment of the original ceremony began starting 1996. It catches the eyes of passersby, as guardsmen perform the changing of guards in traditional costumes at the main gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace in downtown Seoul. This ceremony is performed daily, except on Tuesdays when the palace is closed.

Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace is also commonly referred to as the “Northern Palace” because its location is furthest north when compared to the neighboring palaces of Changdeokgung (Eastern Palace) and Gyeongheegung (Western Palace). Gyeongbokgung Palace is arguably the most beautiful and remains the largest of all five palaces, with beautiful buildings such as Gyeonghoeru and Hyangwonjeong Pavilions, which are both on top of ponds.

After your walking tour of Gyeongbokgung Palace, we will visit the hidden local market. Tongin Market was built in 1941 and opened a unique food cafe in 2012. It had been set up for the Japanese residents during the colonization but got used back by Koreans after the war. It features many grocery stores and food stands. Unlike other traditional markets, it offers an unique experience for visitors to exchange money into ancient yeopjeon (brass coins), the currency used during the Goryeo and Joseon dynasties. Fill your lunch tray with a variety of freshly prepared food found throughout the market. Enjoy a5-10 types of snacks and drinks in the friendly market atmosphere. Tongin Market is also a famous shooting location of popular local shows such as the Infinite Challenge and Super Junior M’s Guest House.

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Korea 101: City Orientation and Street Food Tour

Korea 101: City Orientation and Street Food Tour - Seoul, South Korea

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$25.00

Join this walking tour where you'll get a crash course on Korea on: how to get around using the subway; useful essential phrases; tips on where to eat, shop, party; and some insider tips on things to do during your visit. You'll get a useful map, a guide book with coupons on where to eat and shop, plus enjoy small snacks, drinks and more along the way ... More info ›

Join this walking tour where you'll get a crash course on Korea on: how to get around using the subway; useful essential phrases; tips on where to eat, shop, party; and some insider tips on things to do during your visit. You'll get a useful map, a guide book with coupons on where to eat and shop, plus enjoy small snacks, drinks and more along the way. In just 90 minutes, we'll teach you how to travel like a local. Afterwards, we'll visit a famous eatery and we'll help you order your optional lunch.

At the start time, we'll meet at Hongik University Station Exit 3 where our guide will greet you with maps and a handy city guide. As we walk and talk, we'll teach you some essential Korean phrases and tips on Korea. We'll give information on how to use the subway and help people get subway cards and tips on traveling around the subway. We'll get some maps and info on getting portable wifi eggs, currency exchange and storage lockers. We'll then walk around Yeonnam Park to see some of the hip eateries, shops and cafes and have some snacks.  

We'll then walk around Hongik Arts University and wander the underbelly of the hip youth culture. We'll show you the sites such as where famous dramas were shot, we'll point out the Dog, Cat, Raccoon and Sheep Cafes, Rest Cafes, shopping places, hidden boutique shops and eateries and more.

We'll end our tour by exploring the taxi driver eatery area. Taxi drivers want real, hearty Korean food and since they can travel anywhere they know where the good places are. You can choose to eat there if you'd like or we'll send you on your way.

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Group Seoul City and Korean Food Half-Day Walking Tour

Group Seoul City and Korean Food Half-Day Walking Tour - Seoul, South Korea

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$63.00

This half-day walking tour available every Mondays,Wednesdays, Fridays takes you to the places you must visit in Seoul. Tour takes you to one of the most famous royal palace center of the city and culture districts has many of different types of Korean restaurants and hand-craft shops ... More info ›

This half-day walking tour available every Mondays,Wednesdays, Fridays takes you to the places you must visit in Seoul. Tour takes you to one of the most famous royal palace center of the city and culture districts has many of different types of Korean restaurants and hand-craft shops.  You can also enjoy very decent and savory Korean food, snack, and even tea time.

This half-day walking tour begins by meeting your local tour guide at the Gwanghwamun Station (purple, line 5) exit no. 3-2. The station is very close to your first destination, Gyeongbok Royal Palace, where you can watch changing of guard if you arrive on pointy time. 
Professional and knowledgeable local tour guide introduces to very historical site one by one when you are walking with. After looking around the inside of the royal palace, your next destination is Jogye Buddhist Temple. Among the tall concrete buildings this temple gives very unique impression. Calmly walking along the narrow load toward Daewoongjeon where you can see huge three of golden Buddha statues. Then you will head to the main spot of this tour Insadong cultural district. Once you get to the entrance of this district, there are lots of traditional handcraft shops and Korean restaurant along the alleys. At Insadong, you will have Korean traditional full-course meal, Hangjeongsik, that served with various side dishes. After meal, try Korean style dessert and street food loved by locals. 

After half-day interesting Seoul city and food walking tour, the tour concludes at the your last destination Insadong where you can easily get on subway to the line no.3 (Orange line).

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